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http://www.wba.premiumtv.co.uk/page/...546715,00.html

Nuneaton Boro' 0 Albion Res 1
RONNIE Wallwork scored his second goal in two games to give Albion
reserves a 1-0 win at Nuneaton Borough.

Gary Shelton was able to field a strong line-up with Joe Murphy,
Bernt Haas, Darren Moore, James Chambers, Wallwork, James O'Connor,
Sean Gregan, Lloyd Dyer, Artim Sakiri and Kyle Patterson all getting
90 minutes under their belts.

Neil Clement, however, was taken off as a precaution after
sustaining an ankle problem.

But not before Wallwork poked home at the far post after Dyer's left-
wing run and cross in the 25th minute.

Shelton said: "It was a very open game and a good work out for the
lads who didn't get a run out with the first team at Stoke yesterday
(Saturday).

"We took Clement off as a precaution because he was feeling sore and
the ground was quite firm."


Not sure many of those are reserves but the actual "Reserve" team it was.

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